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Old 10-10-2012, 05:42 PM   #50
LuceBianchi
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Originally Posted by DaringNovelist View Post
The trick is this: if you have to warp your work to suit an audience, you're going for the wrong audience. So maybe when someone asks you "what audience are you going for?" that isn't a critique of how you should change your work, it's just a relevant question as to what are you going to do with the work when you're done.
That is a very good way to put it. I never thought of the question that way before. And to be honest... I'm not sure I've ever had an answer, even now.
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